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Key Resources for Preventing Bullying

Hazelden Publishing offers a variety of materials to enhance your knowledge about bullying and other safety concerns.

Peaceful School BusPeaceful School Bus Program
Create a climate of respect and cooperation with this whole-school program designed to decrease inappropriate behavior on buses.

Bullying K-5 DVD
Introductory Videos for Elementary School Students, Teachers, and Parents.

Bullying 6 - 8th Grades
Introductory Videos for Middle School Students, Teachers, and Parents.

Cyberbullying for Grades 3-5 Updated and Expanded Cyber Bullying:
A Prevention Curriculum for Grades 3-5

This engaging program raises awareness of what cyberbullying is and why it is so harmful, equips elementary school students with the skills to treat people respectfully when using digital tools, provides information about how to get help when cyberbulling occurs, and helps parents know what to do to keep their children safe while using online technologies.

OlweusCommunity Youth Organization Guide
Practical Strategies from the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program

This unique resource is ideal for community organizations, including youth recreation leagues, scouting programs, after school programs and more. It offers practical strategies to help you prevent bullying, reduce reports of bullying, and enrich peer relationships

  Cyberbullying for Grades 6-12 Updated and ExpandedCyber Bullying:
A Prevention Curriculum for Grades 6-12

This extremely popular and highly engaging curriculum has been updated to reflect current technological advances and includes the latest information and statistics surrounding the issue of cyberbullying. The eight-session curricula helps students understand what cyberbullying is, its consequences, and what students should do when cyberbullying occurs


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